• C&E 100 Feet 12AWG Enhanced Loud Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker Wire Cable, CNE62270
  • C&E 100 Feet 12AWG Enhanced Loud Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker Wire Cable, CNE62270
  • C&E 100 Feet 12AWG Enhanced Loud Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker Wire Cable, CNE62270
  • C&E 100 Feet 12AWG Enhanced Loud Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker Wire Cable, CNE62270
  • C&E 100 Feet 12AWG Enhanced Loud Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker Wire Cable, CNE62270
C&E 100 Feet 12AWG Enhanced Loud Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker Wire Cable, CNE62270
C&E 100 Feet 12AWG Enhanced Loud Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker Wire Cable, CNE62270
C&E 100 Feet 12AWG Enhanced Loud Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker Wire Cable, CNE62270
C&E 100 Feet 12AWG Enhanced Loud Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker Wire Cable, CNE62270
C&E 100 Feet 12AWG Enhanced Loud Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker Wire Cable, CNE62270

C&E 100 Feet 12AWG Enhanced Loud Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker Wire Cable, CNE62270

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  • 99.99% Oxygen Free Copper
  • 12 AWG 100-FeetSpool
  • Ultra-flexible high-definition speaker cable
  • Bare copper
  • Exceptional performance, sound quality for professional speaker and audio connections

Customer Reviews

Do you NEED 14 gauge, or are you wasting your money?Hey, what cay you say? It's wire. The quality is good, and price was right. Just be sure your speaker and output device can handle 14 gauge. Many low power setups have smaller connectors, because they don't need wire this big. If your connectors can't handle it, or you are always going to listen at normal human volumes, you are just wasting your money. Figure it this way. 14 gauge can safely handle 13 amps continuously. At 120V, which is 1560 watts. People normally listen to music below about 50 watts. Hearing doesn't go up linearly (it's logarithmic) but this is nowhere near the wire's capabilities. Unless you like ear splitting volumes, have speaker wiring runs in the hundreds of feet range, or have been tested to have incredibly sensitive hearing ability,14 gauge or lower is wasting your money.4Good wire - Took a star off, because I only received 91'This is nice wire. I saw another review of someone saying this isn't true 14AWG, but I assure you what I received is. The one problem I did have is that the roll I received only contained 91' of wire. I needed 94', so that really screwed me on my project. Amazon gave me a 20% discount, which I am going to use toward the purchase of a 50' roll of this same wire. I could have sent it back, but I had already made cuts and color coded some of those sections. If the roll you receive doesn't look quite as full as the picture on Amazon, be sure to unroll and measure to ensure you got what you paid for (or at least what you need).4NOT 12 GAGENot sure how they can say this is 12 gage wire, was running short for the job so I ran to Radio Shack and got there 12 gage speaker wire and it is twice the size. I have posted a picture.1The cable right out of the box looks of great quality and seems to be a true 14 gaugeWith my 2015 F150 audio upgrade project in mind, I have purchased the "Rockville RWK4CU 4 AWG Gauge" Amp kit but I was worried about running out of speaker wire since the kit only include 21' and looking at the size of the car, I decided to get some more cable.The cable right out of the box looks of great quality and seems to be a true 14 gauge.I have read hundreds of articles and ultimately decided to go for oxygen free copper wire since it is the best in terms of quality and to avoid any risks later on.This is pretty heavy - I would say more than 4 pounds - and is a great deal considering its quality and length.5Just Great Cable - Probably Better Than You NeedIt's quite possible that this speaker cable is overkill for my application (and yours). I'm using it to connect my A/V receiver to my theater speakers. My longest wire run is about 40' and my shortest is 20'. My speakers have nice connectors and were no issue. I needed to use good banana plugs on the receiver end, though, because its plugs really couldn't handle the size of this wiring.All that said, I have no doubt at all that the speaker wire is not now - and never will be - the limiting factor in my theater's impressive sound. For me that was well worth the minor additional cost.5Speaker wire is not complicated, don't overpay.There are two attributes of speaker wire that actually matter when it comes to sound quality: conductor material and conductor size. Copper (the purer the better) is better than aluminum and thicker wire is better than thin. That's it. Don't fall for the BS that certain name brand cables try to feed you (and charge you many, many, times what you should be paying in the process); they literally can, and do, make up unverifiable claims that have no basis in scientific fact (sometimes even inventing technical sounding words) in order to dupe unsuspecting consumers.That being said, this cable is pure copper, not just aluminum coated with copper like some other cables, and 12 gauge, which is plenty thick (overkill even) for home theater purposes. Oh, and the price is great. In fact, this is less than you might pay for 100ft of plain 12 gauge copper lamp cord. Of Course, aforementioned lamp cord would give you the same sound quality (remember people, material and thickness is all that matters), but this has cool looking clear insulation and is comprised of smaller than normal strands to make it pliable.5Not "Pure Copper Wire". It's CCA (Copper Coated Aluminum).Not "Pure Copper Wire". It's CCA (Copper Coated Aluminum).Item: C&E CNE62287 100 Feet 16AWG Enhanced Loud Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker Wire Cable, CNE622871Better than Monster and CheaperI used to make my own cables out of lamp cord that I would buy at the local RS, then one day I replaced everything with monster cables that I purchased ans well as made.A couple of years ago I set up a 2nd Home Theater in the house and needed more speaker wire. I reached for the spool of Monster wire and realized I did not have enough so I researched and found the C&E 14 AWG wiring and bought some. Now I've replaced all my wiring with this and these tips made by Sewell (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006U3O566). The old Monster wiring is being used in several smaller 2.1 systems in the house that are stand-alone or part of a computer.I never could tell the difference between $200+ speaker cables or $600+ power cords and I am sure others out there believe they can, but for me this speaker wire fit the bill.5Speaker Wire Gets BentThis is the scenario.I'm an audio engineer and I purchased three popular speaker wires in 16 gauge from amazon. Included were AmazonBasics,RCA and C&E, the first two are copper clad and the third is pure OFC.I convinced an associate of mine to allow the testing to be done at his facility, which only cost me some time in repair work that he needed done and some lively conversation over a sip of Gentleman Jack when we were finished.I then lovingly created 6 foot and 30 foot cables of each wire and set out. This engineer's control room is certainly adequate for testing speaker wire.It's built with no right angles, it uses dual density walls and floor and has bass traps and foam strategically placed to listen in front of his console. We used his mid-field monitors, which are Bag End MM8's that are powered by a Crown Reference 2 amp at about 350 wpc, pretty nice equipment.We compared the wires against his own, against each other and in the different lengths. We listened to tracks in mono, we listened to samples, we tried drum tracks and piano.We both agreed that there was a tiny difference in sound between his $250 cables and 30 feet of 16 gauge. We also agreed that 6 feet of 16 gauge made no difference. But we also couldn't say that the change in sound was bad, only that we thought that it did change.The real problem came when we tried to decide about the extremes. Using 6 feet of pure OFC and 30 feet of copper clad or the opposite. Neither of us felt positive that there was any difference. We called in a third pair of ears and they were simply asked to listen to a song in mono through each speaker with the ability to turn either speaker off. But they were not told why. When asked if they sounded the same they said " Of course it did, it was the same song from the same speakers, why wouldn't it?". Okay....People can buy whatever product that they choose to. I'm satisfied that at up to 30 feet, the cheapest 16 gauge's sound quality is adequate. There would also be little reason for many not to spend 2 times more on pure OFC, because it's still not a lot of money for some to spend, I would spend more for longer lengths because I always have. If you try to break the wires with repetitive bending, copper clad will break before pure copper, but it takes a lot of bending.After testing in a designed room using studio grade equipment, I think it unlikely that the equipment that most use in the listening area's that they listen to it, is going to show any recognizable difference with upgraded speaker wire.But possibly the most interesting thing was that in the one setup that we were sure was different, 30 feet of copper clad and his pro cables, I couldn't say anything about better or worse, only slightly different. If he used cheap wire, no one would walk in and say that his system sounded bad.Now you know what I know.I have no recommendation for you because I understand that some people do not believe that advertising is purchased by a product seller to get you to buy their product, some enjoy infomercials and some just go with the flow. So the decision is completely yours.I would say to you that of all the equipment and wiring used in audio reproduction...That as long as you follow common sense rules, speaker wire may be the least important piece of it by several times over.This C&E is good wire, if pure copper is your choice for wiring. I would be comfortable running a 30% longer run with this vs copper clad, because of it's lower resistance.5Good Stuff...Used this stuff when upgrading my home theater system from whatever I had before (think it was 14 or 16 gauge that I got by the foot from Home Depot about 10+ years ago when I used to work there in college). I also used some of this in my car in the trunk between my 12" 1240w Infinity Sub & the amp. This stuff is THICK! It's good stuff. It was a little difficult to get it into the terminals on the back of my receiver & some Sony 100w bookshelf speakers. I also have a pair of Panasonic smaller speakers for the rears. It was pretty difficult to get the wire to fit into the terminals so I had to modify the terminals slightly to be able to insert the wire.Audio quality seems improved & more uniform all the way around. I don't really care if it's only a placebo effect, I want to know that all my speakers are connected using very good quality, pure copper 12 gauge speaker wire. I also hooked up a better quality white Monster Cable for the sub in the home theater setup. Sounds a lot better. I was using a normal RCA cable before, no comparison!!! Did the same in my car between the deck & the amp but that works a little differently, Again, I wanted to ensure the best possible audio signal transfer so I bought 2 Mediabridge 15 foot coaxial sub cords for that application for ~$25.This stuff's shielded well, comes on a nice reel, has one side color coded red to avoid polarity reversal. I used all of it & would buy it again. I would definitely recommend this speaker wire. After I set it all up & routed & hid the wires running to the rear speakers & set up the sub & all, I found myself listening to Channel 703 on my Comcast cable. The EDM music sounding f-ing awesome with the new 12 gauge + Monster sub cable set up. It's thick, like I said. You can definitely feel it running under my rug for the rear speaker connections but it's not super bad.5
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Description
  • 99.99% Oxygen Free Copper
  • 12 AWG 100-FeetSpool
  • Ultra-flexible high-definition speaker cable
  • Bare copper
  • Exceptional performance, sound quality for professional speaker and audio connections
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Do you NEED 14 gauge, or are you wasting your money?Hey, what cay you say? It's wire. The quality is good, and price was right. Just be sure your speaker and output device can handle 14 gauge. Many low power setups have smaller connectors, because they don't need wire this big. If your connectors can't handle it, or you are always going to listen at normal human volumes, you are just wasting your money. Figure it this way. 14 gauge can safely handle 13 amps continuously. At 120V, which is 1560 watts. People normally listen to music below about 50 watts. Hearing doesn't go up linearly (it's logarithmic) but this is nowhere near the wire's capabilities. Unless you like ear splitting volumes, have speaker wiring runs in the hundreds of feet range, or have been tested to have incredibly sensitive hearing ability,14 gauge or lower is wasting your money.4Good wire - Took a star off, because I only received 91'This is nice wire. I saw another review of someone saying this isn't true 14AWG, but I assure you what I received is. The one problem I did have is that the roll I received only contained 91' of wire. I needed 94', so that really screwed me on my project. Amazon gave me a 20% discount, which I am going to use toward the purchase of a 50' roll of this same wire. I could have sent it back, but I had already made cuts and color coded some of those sections. If the roll you receive doesn't look quite as full as the picture on Amazon, be sure to unroll and measure to ensure you got what you paid for (or at least what you need).4NOT 12 GAGENot sure how they can say this is 12 gage wire, was running short for the job so I ran to Radio Shack and got there 12 gage speaker wire and it is twice the size. I have posted a picture.1The cable right out of the box looks of great quality and seems to be a true 14 gaugeWith my 2015 F150 audio upgrade project in mind, I have purchased the "Rockville RWK4CU 4 AWG Gauge" Amp kit but I was worried about running out of speaker wire since the kit only include 21' and looking at the size of the car, I decided to get some more cable.The cable right out of the box looks of great quality and seems to be a true 14 gauge.I have read hundreds of articles and ultimately decided to go for oxygen free copper wire since it is the best in terms of quality and to avoid any risks later on.This is pretty heavy - I would say more than 4 pounds - and is a great deal considering its quality and length.5Just Great Cable - Probably Better Than You NeedIt's quite possible that this speaker cable is overkill for my application (and yours). I'm using it to connect my A/V receiver to my theater speakers. My longest wire run is about 40' and my shortest is 20'. My speakers have nice connectors and were no issue. I needed to use good banana plugs on the receiver end, though, because its plugs really couldn't handle the size of this wiring.All that said, I have no doubt at all that the speaker wire is not now - and never will be - the limiting factor in my theater's impressive sound. For me that was well worth the minor additional cost.5Speaker wire is not complicated, don't overpay.There are two attributes of speaker wire that actually matter when it comes to sound quality: conductor material and conductor size. Copper (the purer the better) is better than aluminum and thicker wire is better than thin. That's it. Don't fall for the BS that certain name brand cables try to feed you (and charge you many, many, times what you should be paying in the process); they literally can, and do, make up unverifiable claims that have no basis in scientific fact (sometimes even inventing technical sounding words) in order to dupe unsuspecting consumers.That being said, this cable is pure copper, not just aluminum coated with copper like some other cables, and 12 gauge, which is plenty thick (overkill even) for home theater purposes. Oh, and the price is great. In fact, this is less than you might pay for 100ft of plain 12 gauge copper lamp cord. Of Course, aforementioned lamp cord would give you the same sound quality (remember people, material and thickness is all that matters), but this has cool looking clear insulation and is comprised of smaller than normal strands to make it pliable.5Not "Pure Copper Wire". It's CCA (Copper Coated Aluminum).Not "Pure Copper Wire". It's CCA (Copper Coated Aluminum).Item: C&E CNE62287 100 Feet 16AWG Enhanced Loud Oxygen-Free Copper Speaker Wire Cable, CNE622871Better than Monster and CheaperI used to make my own cables out of lamp cord that I would buy at the local RS, then one day I replaced everything with monster cables that I purchased ans well as made.A couple of years ago I set up a 2nd Home Theater in the house and needed more speaker wire. I reached for the spool of Monster wire and realized I did not have enough so I researched and found the C&E 14 AWG wiring and bought some. Now I've replaced all my wiring with this and these tips made by Sewell (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006U3O566). The old Monster wiring is being used in several smaller 2.1 systems in the house that are stand-alone or part of a computer.I never could tell the difference between $200+ speaker cables or $600+ power cords and I am sure others out there believe they can, but for me this speaker wire fit the bill.5Speaker Wire Gets BentThis is the scenario.I'm an audio engineer and I purchased three popular speaker wires in 16 gauge from amazon. Included were AmazonBasics,RCA and C&E, the first two are copper clad and the third is pure OFC.I convinced an associate of mine to allow the testing to be done at his facility, which only cost me some time in repair work that he needed done and some lively conversation over a sip of Gentleman Jack when we were finished.I then lovingly created 6 foot and 30 foot cables of each wire and set out. This engineer's control room is certainly adequate for testing speaker wire.It's built with no right angles, it uses dual density walls and floor and has bass traps and foam strategically placed to listen in front of his console. We used his mid-field monitors, which are Bag End MM8's that are powered by a Crown Reference 2 amp at about 350 wpc, pretty nice equipment.We compared the wires against his own, against each other and in the different lengths. We listened to tracks in mono, we listened to samples, we tried drum tracks and piano.We both agreed that there was a tiny difference in sound between his $250 cables and 30 feet of 16 gauge. We also agreed that 6 feet of 16 gauge made no difference. But we also couldn't say that the change in sound was bad, only that we thought that it did change.The real problem came when we tried to decide about the extremes. Using 6 feet of pure OFC and 30 feet of copper clad or the opposite. Neither of us felt positive that there was any difference. We called in a third pair of ears and they were simply asked to listen to a song in mono through each speaker with the ability to turn either speaker off. But they were not told why. When asked if they sounded the same they said " Of course it did, it was the same song from the same speakers, why wouldn't it?". Okay....People can buy whatever product that they choose to. I'm satisfied that at up to 30 feet, the cheapest 16 gauge's sound quality is adequate. There would also be little reason for many not to spend 2 times more on pure OFC, because it's still not a lot of money for some to spend, I would spend more for longer lengths because I always have. If you try to break the wires with repetitive bending, copper clad will break before pure copper, but it takes a lot of bending.After testing in a designed room using studio grade equipment, I think it unlikely that the equipment that most use in the listening area's that they listen to it, is going to show any recognizable difference with upgraded speaker wire.But possibly the most interesting thing was that in the one setup that we were sure was different, 30 feet of copper clad and his pro cables, I couldn't say anything about better or worse, only slightly different. If he used cheap wire, no one would walk in and say that his system sounded bad.Now you know what I know.I have no recommendation for you because I understand that some people do not believe that advertising is purchased by a product seller to get you to buy their product, some enjoy infomercials and some just go with the flow. So the decision is completely yours.I would say to you that of all the equipment and wiring used in audio reproduction...That as long as you follow common sense rules, speaker wire may be the least important piece of it by several times over.This C&E is good wire, if pure copper is your choice for wiring. I would be comfortable running a 30% longer run with this vs copper clad, because of it's lower resistance.5Good Stuff...Used this stuff when upgrading my home theater system from whatever I had before (think it was 14 or 16 gauge that I got by the foot from Home Depot about 10+ years ago when I used to work there in college). I also used some of this in my car in the trunk between my 12" 1240w Infinity Sub & the amp. This stuff is THICK! It's good stuff. It was a little difficult to get it into the terminals on the back of my receiver & some Sony 100w bookshelf speakers. I also have a pair of Panasonic smaller speakers for the rears. It was pretty difficult to get the wire to fit into the terminals so I had to modify the terminals slightly to be able to insert the wire.Audio quality seems improved & more uniform all the way around. I don't really care if it's only a placebo effect, I want to know that all my speakers are connected using very good quality, pure copper 12 gauge speaker wire. I also hooked up a better quality white Monster Cable for the sub in the home theater setup. Sounds a lot better. I was using a normal RCA cable before, no comparison!!! Did the same in my car between the deck & the amp but that works a little differently, Again, I wanted to ensure the best possible audio signal transfer so I bought 2 Mediabridge 15 foot coaxial sub cords for that application for ~$25.This stuff's shielded well, comes on a nice reel, has one side color coded red to avoid polarity reversal. I used all of it & would buy it again. I would definitely recommend this speaker wire. After I set it all up & routed & hid the wires running to the rear speakers & set up the sub & all, I found myself listening to Channel 703 on my Comcast cable. The EDM music sounding f-ing awesome with the new 12 gauge + Monster sub cable set up. It's thick, like I said. You can definitely feel it running under my rug for the rear speaker connections but it's not super bad.5
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
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